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View Resource The Nature of Science and the Scientific Method

For those who haven't been in science class for some time, the scientific method may be a bit of a hazy memory. Those people (educators and others included) who need a bit of a refresher, along with a nice guide to talking about the scientific method, will find this resource from The Geological Society of America most efficacious. Authored by scientist Christine V. McLelland, this 9-page document...

View Resource The Guardian's Science Weekly Podcast

Would you like to go around the world on a hunt for a lost rubber duck? How does learning about language sound? These are but a few of the topics covered in the Guardian's Science weekly podcast. Visitors will be delighted to learn that they can explore this vast buffet of science topics at their leisure. New visitors to the site can look through the Recent Shows area or move on down to the...

View Resource Virtual Laboratory

The website for the Virtual Laboratory contains a bold and direct statement: "Conventional teaching all too often accepts memorization and pattern recognition as true learning" After reading this statement, it makes sense that the goal of this site is "to help students to recognize, confront, correct, and expand their understanding of subject or a technique." The site contains five different sets...

View Resource Online Curriculum for Science and Engineering Ethics

Created with funds provided by the National Science Foundation (NSF), the International Dimensions of Ethics Education in Science & Engineering (IDEESE) at the University of Massachusetts Amherst provides high-quality online and classroom-based materials for science and engineering disciplines. This site allows users to access a set of different curricula, complete with cases and related...

View Resource Pathways to Science

Pathways to Science is a fantastic resource for students of all ages looking to go into a career in the STEM fields. In particular, Pathways to Science emphasizes "connecting underrepresented groups with STEM programs, funding, mentoring and resources." Visitors will find that the menu near the top of the page includes sections for K-12 Students, Undergrads, Grad Students, and Postdocs. The...

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